Per bend Argent (Silver Gray) and Gules a chess knight Sable surmounted by a sword bendwise sinister hilt to base Or; a bordure compony Azure (Oriental Blue) and Argent.
That for the regiments and separate battalions of the Georgia Army National Guard: From a wreath Argent (Silver Gray) and Gules, a boar's head erased Gules, in the mouth an oak branch Vert fructed Or.
TRUTH THROUGH EXPLOITATION.
The colors oriental blue and silver gray represent the Military Intelligence branch. The chess knight refers to the mission, which involves foresight and skillful planning. It's form, that of a horse, recalls the historic connection of Army Intelligence to Cavalry, which was the first organization to provide military intelligence services to the commander. The border alludes again to the chess-like strategic capabilities often important to the mission. The scarlet of the field recalls the flag of the battalion's home state, Georgia, and denotes courage. The sword indicates readiness and the will to fight. Together, scarlet, white and blue represent the United States. Black and gold signify respectively strength and excellence.
The crest is that of the Georgia Army National Guard.
The coat of arms was approved on 13 Apr 1999.